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ASCM for Academics

Help Support the Academic Community

ASCM recognizes that supply chain professors are moving the field into the future while also preparing the next generation of supply chain leaders.

To help support the academic community, we have provided the resources below to our Academic members to help enhance the classroom experience.

Not an member? Join ASCM to take advantage of all that ASCM has to offer.  Plus: academic professionals are eligible for a discount.   

Supply Chain Learning Link

Search our Supply Chain Learning Link education hub for on-demand webinars, presentations, microlearning courses and so much more. Members have full access to all content.

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The Journal of Operations Management

The mission of Journal of Operations Management is to publish original, empirical operations management research that demonstrates both academic and practical relevance.

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The Transportation Journal

The Transportation Journal is devoted to the publication of articles that present new knowledge relating to all sectors of the supply chain, logistics and transportation fields.

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ASCM Webinars

You and your students can sign up for upcoming webinars, or use previously recorded webinars as content for your classes.

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Supply Chain Salary and Career Survey Report

Supply chain professionals are well compensated, particularly those who are APICS certified. Demonstrate to your students that supply chain is a great career choice.

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Research Reports

Access our latest industry research and reports from our academic grant research program.

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ASCM Research Grants

The ASCM Future of Supply Chains Research Grants examine the influence of emerging trends on supply chains and value networks.

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DCM for Academics

Help shape the future of supply chain managers by incorporating the Digital Capabilities Model, (DCM) into your college or university classroom.

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